Stones Like Paper!

Sinuosity and lightness come together in the installation “CONVERSATION ON STONE” designed by Marco Piva for the company Helios Automazioni.

Sinuosity and lightness come together in the installation “CONVERSATION ON STONE” designed by Marco Piva for the company Helios Automazioni.

Stones like paper

Stone is presented in an unusual duality, solid and dynamic, in a scenic area of encounter and reflection, characterized by robust yet lithe seats on which to meditate. Epigrams, considerations and thoughts are ideally imprinted on thin slabs of curved marble, depicted symbolically as sheets by the wind.

Stones like Paper

Marble shows its nature and at the same time becomes something else, hovering in space like the pages of a book yet to be written: an inspiration to start a conversation on the new possibilities offered by technology and the artisan wisdom, capable of shaping this material in ever new surprising forms.

Marble used- Black Marquina, Bianco CarraraStones like paper

Stones have never been presented with this unusual duality!

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